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Chase Young Ends Up With the Dallas Cowboys in Wild Trade Scenario

Chase Young’s future with the Washington Commanders is uncertain. The Dallas Cowboys should pursue him. The Commanders declined Young’s fifth-year option, making him a free agent in 2024. Injuries have affected Young’s game time and trade value. He was the No. 2 pick in the 2020 NFL draft and excelled at Ohio State. However, injuries have hindered his pro career. The Cowboys should explore acquiring Young at a lower cost.

The Commanders would have traded Young before the draft for a first-round pick offer. But it’s unlikely due to his injury history and impending free agency. A more realistic trade scenario involves future day-two picks, per Ben Standig of The Athletic.

“Second round? A package with multiple selections highlighted by a third?” Standig pondered on April 27, 2023. “Eh, now we’ve reached a gray area where the 2023 value for keeping the veteran might supersede a prospect’s likely production, at a point where Rivera might need a winning season to keep his job. Even that might not be enough with new ownership taking over.”

Would the Commanders trade Young to the Cowboys? The Cowboys have reasons to take a chance. He has a team-friendly salary in 2023 and is just 24 years old. Young’s Pro Bowl nomination and comparisons to Julius Peppers highlight his potential.

Adding Chase Young to the Cowboys’ pass-rushing rotation with Micah Parsons and DeMarcus Lawrence would be valuable. Teams always need more pass rushers. Young has the potential to be elite with untapped disruptive abilities.

Young’s size, length, and athleticism contribute to his production and projection. Despite a limited pass-rushing repertoire, he has generated sacks. Concerns exist about technique and ball awareness, but Young’s range and agility compensate. He can disrupt and alter offensive game plans, potentially becoming an All-Pro player.

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